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patrilocal

residence of a married couple with husband's kin. Often this specifically means with the husband's father, but not always, so the synonym virilocal is often used to distance it from PATRILINEAL DESCENT.
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Desplazamiento: Viaje: ORIENTE-PUELMAPU/Rapto exogamico: LOF PATRILOCAL II.
A PATRILOCAL AND PATRILINEAL FAMILY STRUCTURE THAT NEVERTHELESS
Asimismo, y dado que en el derecho consuetudinario cokwe un hombre pertenece al linaje de su madre y sus hijos al linaje de su esposa, para asegurar la titularidad de los infantes por la familia del marido y su autoridad sobre su esposa e hijos, por lo general, la mujer y sus hijos pertenecen a la comunidad donde vive el padre o el tio del esposo, quedando bajo el amparo economico y autoridad de estos, en una especie de sistema patrilocal donde se ubica la unidad de produccion familiar, es decir, las tierras y las viviendas (Redinha, 1966: 77; Sousa, 2012: 58).
Further, disputes over dowry, ugliness of women, patrilocal residence and social stigma to either gender were the causes of divorcelitigation between couple, pushing women for living in patrilocal residence.
Aunque la consanguinidad une a padres a hijos y es bilateral, existe una tendencia a la residencia posmarital virilocal y/o patrilocal (transitoria) en la que la corresidencia favorece la familia extensa.
Data from urban China found that adult children who agreed with patrilocal norms of filial piety were more likely to give financial assistance to their older parents than adult children who did not value filial piety (Zhan and Montgomery, 2003; Zhan, 2004).
Differences in levels Stratified cluster The result confirms of social integration sampling was the impact of norms among older women and implemented in each associated with men in Egypt [16] governorate; gender, patrilocal residence and age (60 and under which older above) were the women are strata utilized for simultaneously sampling.
In a patrilocal Nepali society, she has to leave her home and go to the house of her husband after marriage.
and the transformation of women from a virilocal to a patrilocal system (Jobling, 132-134).
She provides an example of an important wedding rite called 'blood on feet' in which the in-coming wife who has taken the path from her natal house to her spouse's family house is introduced to the patrilocal ancestral spirits as well as to a personified inner-room of the house.
Family life was patrilocal (the wife moved into the husband's household) and patrilineal (inheritance passed from father to son).
29) Considerando la estructura de las nacientes comunidades pewenche, donde cada grupo residencial patrilocal elegia su lonko, hacer el transito hacia un longko elegido por todos los grupos residenciales o "lov" pertenecientes a un grupo local o comunidad no debio haber estado exento de dificultades.